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Old 08-12-2016, 07:28 PM   #1
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Lube spray

Can any body suggest a lube spray grease other than Kwik lube spray grease because I can't find it in this town any where and that's what's recommended for my coach.
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Old 08-12-2016, 08:03 PM   #2
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What about WD40 with Lithium grease?

http://wd40specialist.com/products/w...ithium-grease/

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This is the BEST spray lube I have used. If it moves, T9 it.

I have also seen it at Camping World.

https://www.amazon.com/Boeshield-T-9...=boeshield+t+9
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What about WD40 with Lithium grease?

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WD 40 ranks among the worst spray lube because it evaporates quickly.
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This is the BEST spray lube I have used. If it moves, T9 it.

I have also seen it at Camping World.

https://www.amazon.com/Boeshield-T-9...=boeshield+t+9
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Thank you for your input.I asked too soon because I found the spray at amazon along with some slide spray.We just got our MH last week and found a lot of mechanical parts need lubing and lot's of tLc.
We love our coach.Still trying to find the right toad.Would like a Jeep Wrangler but WOW,even the older ones are an arm & arm.
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Have you considered a Jeep Cherokee as a toad?
We have a 2014 and it works great.
It's also easier to get into tow mode than the Wrangler is.
We had a Wrangler and traded for the Cherokee.
Just a thought.
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WD 40 ranks among the worst spray lube because it evaporates quickly.
Though WD-40 was originally developed as a water displacement product its brand has expanded to include many additional products aimed at a variety of tasks and solutions. They have rust release penetrants, multiple lubricants, and even wash products.

Yes, you are correct that the original "WD-40" is a poor lubricant but several of their other WD-40 family of products work well.

(No, I don't work for, sell or have any association with WD-40.)
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Spray white lithium grease, available at Walmart. Use the straw to get it into tight spaces. Cheap and lasts.
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I use T9 and Corrosion X. Both products perform as advertised
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Can any body suggest a lube spray grease other than Kwik lube spray grease because I can't find it in this town any where and that's what's recommended for my coach.
2003 HR 40 pst
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Kwik lube spray grease??

Are asking about a spray lube for the Kwikee step?

If so I've been using "Maxima chain wax" for 20 years to lube my Kwikee:
Maxima Chain Wax - Motorcycle Superstore

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Go to any auto supply store and ask. There are many products such as "Grease Gun In A Can", and others. You can also use chain saw bar and chain oil if you want something heavier and stickier for selected areas. It also comes in spay cans. Motorcycle cable lube also works. Another source is a local farm supply store like Tractor Supply or Southern States.
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I use a spray called Fluid Film ,pretty cheap and last a long time
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No I haven't even thought of a cherokee.Can they tow on all 4 and do I have to make any modifications.
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